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and the Moms Who Live Here
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You are wearing that again?

You are wearing that again? My three-year-old asks as I walk out of the room showered and dressed, feeling accomplished being able to complete a task for me that day.  I am six months postpartum and besides work-out clothes, I have about four outfits I rotate through. I am in a new season of my […]

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Be The First To Make A Change

My husband and I have only been married a little over four years and we still have a lot to learn about what it takes to make a marriage work. We have a rather unique love story; we dated, got married and moved to a new state all within 4 months. And then 3 months […]

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Get REAL! The Value of Real-Life Friendships for Moms

I have made countless mistakes in my 8 year journey into motherhood thus far. Motherhood is so integral to the human species and yet, it surprises most of us at every twist and turn. Increasingly, I’m trying to take those mothering mistakes I’ve made and turn them into lessons instead of regrets. Recently, I’ve become […]

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Hello, Palm Beach!

Hello, Palm Beach! Today is launch day! We have been planning for this day for months.  We are beyond excited to be live and ready for you! Palm Beach Moms Blog is more than just a website, it is a hub for a community of moms in Palm Beach County.  We hope that the content […]

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When “To-Do” Becomes Too Much

Overwhelmed. We use that word a lot, don’t we?  We can be overwhelmed with emotion, or by an experience or even a smell (we’ve all changed that diaper).  Often we use the word to describe the feeling of being handed more than we feel we can manage.  The boss gives us another project with an impossible deadline, even […]

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I Like When My Husband Travels for Work

I was telling one of my best friends the story of my morning the other day.  I went into my daughter’s piggy bank (well her’s is actually a monogrammed alligator bank), and counted out $4 in nickels and dimes so she could order lunch at school. No decent food in the house. No cash in my purse. […]

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